Military chaplains -- United States.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents "The War and Navy departments have recently committed to the General Committee on Army and Navy Chaplains of the Federal Council of Churches of Christ in America the duty of furnishing approved applications from the religious bodies commonly designated as Protestant...."
Content Description Letters, 2 manuscript books, and copy of Trench and Camp, in very poor condition. Stateside letters from Copeland at Fort Meade
Dates: 1911 - 1950
Scope and Contents Contains letters, uniforms and miscellaneous materials of Leonard H. Urquhart, of Company F, 2nd Virginia Infantry, and later Co. F, 116th Inf Regt, 22nd Inf Div.
Dates: 1916 - 1941
Scope and Contents "I am more than sorry to hear about John's sickness and hope he is all right again...Last week I took Anne and the children to Cohasset...."
Scope and Contents "I have just had an amazing letter from Hartshorne, one third of which is devoted to a rambling satire and merciless attack upon a Virginia layman who wrote an article...."
Scope and Contents "...It is a tremendous relief to one who values your friendship to read in your letter to the bishop your [dis---] of any desire to meddle in the affairs of St. Peter's...."
Scope and Contents "I am minister-in-charge of St. Ambrose Mission, which as you know is located in the Kensington Mill District. Our people are almost all workers in hosiery and carpet mills...."
Scope and Contents [Copeland's response:] "I am very sorry that you felt it your duty to take that step. Of course, I shall very reluctantly forbid it...."
Scope and Contents Envelope only, addressed from St. Stephen's Church, Philadelphia to Rev. George Copeland.
Scope and Contents Biographical notes regarding Daniel [Frishmuth], John [Frishmuth], and [John Freymuth].
Dates: 1911 - 1950